Where to find chargers for Motorola v 535 mobile phones

If you have held off on upgrading your phone for the past few years because you've been more than happy with your Motorola v 535 mobile phone, yet now you're finding yourself in desperate need of a charger or two for the handset, you'll be delighted to hear that we've got you covered.

Released in 2004, the v 535 is widely regarded as one of Motorola's most popular, and stable, phones of the pre smartphone generation. A compact flip phone measuring just 89 x 49 x 25 mm and weighing in at only 122 grams, the v 535 was actually quite cutting edge for its age.

It's got enough storage space for up to 1,000 phone book entries, functions as an MP3 player, organiser, photo editor and voice recorder as well as featuring full WAP 2.0 support, allowing users to browse their favourite sites while on the move, as well as native support for email without the need to log onto the mail server via the phone's browser.

With a 65,000 colour TFT screen with a resolution of 176 x 220 pixels, and a secondary screen with a resolution of 96 x 32, the v 535 didn't exactly spoil us when it came to real estate, but it certainly offered more than enough for those who simply wish to use their phone as a phone - an area where it really excels.

The battery is a standard lithium ion 820mAh offering as much as 450 hours on standby and 2 hours talk time, but the key to keeping your phone fresh even today has got to be using a reliable charger.

Because of the proprietary charger connection found on the unit, it has always been difficult to track down replacements. Given the popularity of the handset however, we felt it was appropriate for us to save you the time and effort by tracking them down for you.

intomobilephones.co.uk has the v 535 3-pin mains charger for just £3.39, an incredible offer for anyone looking to keep their phone running today. It's fully approved by Motorola and will pose you absolutely no issues, delivering charge after charge with ease.


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